Game developer Ubisoft unveiled at last year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) another Tom Clancy original dubbed as "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands." Set for a March 2017 release, "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is a tactical co-op shooter game and the said game developer added that it will be one of the most massive free to roam games that they've made.
The game will be situated in Bolivia where it's being led by a corrupt leader who has connections with a drug cartel called Santa Blanca. From that scenario, players will have to make decisions as to what would be the best strategy to execute on a specific event in the game, how will they get the much-needed intelligence about the enemy that they're after, and even what environmental conditions would be advantageous for them in infiltrating the enemy. Whatever their decisions or attack style they choose, the game will react based on what course of action the players will be taking for a specific situation.
Players will also get to choose whether they play solo with fellow squad members provided by the game, or co-op and play with friends. As mentioned earlier, it's an open-world shooter title so players can roam around and use everything that might come in handy during gameplay, and a notable mention for this would be the vehicles that can be driven by players whenever they chase enemy targets or the other way around.
Meanwhile, gamers who already played the demo version of the game said that they are being reminded of another game, which is "Just Cause 3." As compared to the mentioned game, both have tasks of infiltrating and eventually taking over enemy bases. However, the difference is that "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" seems to prefer to attack behind the shadows. "Just Cause 3" is well known for its huge blasting scenes within the game.
"Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will be out March 2017.